Cancer Research UK
Moving house can be a little stressful at times, but it is also a great time to sort out all those cupboards and drawers that are full of things that could be useful or worn again one day - but you never do! Bishop's Move have created a 'Declutter and Donate' scheme in which we collect these unwanted items from you and donate them direct to Cancer Research UK. It's that simple!
As early as the home survey stage of your move, you can request our Cancer Research UK donation sacks in which to put all the items that you wish to donate to charity. Then, on the day of your move, your removal team will put these bags safely to one side of the vehicle whilst they pack and wrap the rest of your possessions up. Once they have moved you in to your new home and left you to settle in, they will bring the donated items back to the branch. Cancer Research UK then collects these bags directly from us, sorts them and sells them to raise money for their research.
If, at any time of your move, you need any extra bags - don't worry ! Just call your branch or ask the removal crew on the day, as they will have some spare donation sacks in the van.
Cancer Research UK is the world's leading independent organisation dedicated to cancer studies. It carries out scientific research to help prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. It has discovered new ways of beating the disease, that together have saved hundreds of thousands of lives around the world. Cancer survival rates have doubled in the last forty years, and these figures continue to improve all the time. They would appreciate any of the following items:
- Shoes and boots
- Bags, handbags and belts
- CDs and DVDs
- Mobile phones
- Small electrical items
By using our 'Declutter and Donate' service, you can be sure 100% of your donations go directly to Cancer Research UK!
To find out more about this charitable service, please ask your local branch for details. You can also learn more about Cancer Research UK's life saving work on their website - www.cancerresearchuk.org.
Please note that items collected in Scotland are donated to Chest Stroke & Heart Scotland (www.chss.org.uk).